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Advancing the scholarship of liberty in the tradition of the Austrian School for 30 years

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Published from 1977 to 2008, Volumes 1-21

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FOUNDING EDITOR: Murray N. Rothbard (1926-1995); past Editors: Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Roderick T. Long; Managing Editor: Judith Thommesen; Publisher: Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., Ludwig von Mises Institute 

Since its first issue in the Spring of 1977, the Journal of Libertarian Studies, founded by Murray N. Rothbard, has been the voice of scholarship in libertarian theory, was the major launching pad for every new idea that shaped the world of libertarianism, the preeminent forum for the airing of revisionist historical research on war and interventionism, and the primary venue for reconstruction of the history of ideas in terms of libertarian ideas. You can purchase back issues online.



Volume 22

Revisiting "Do We Ever Really Get Out of Anarchy?" Alfred G. Cuzán Vol. 22 Num. 1
Reflections on Legal Polycentrism Gerard Casey Vol. 22 Num. 1
A Pure Libertarian Theory of Immigration Jan Krepelka Vol. 22 Num. 1
An Austrian Reexamination of Recent Thoughts on the Rise and Collapse of Societies John Brätland Vol. 22 Num. 1
The Negative Homesteading Theory: Rejoinder to Walter Block on Human Body Shields Carl Jakobsson Vol. 22 Num. 1
The Neglected Costs of the Warfare State: An Austrian Tribute to Seymour Melman Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Vol. 22 Num. 1
Libertarianism is Unique and Belongs Neither to the Right nor the Left: A Critique of the Views of Long, Holcombe, and Baden on the Left, Hoppe, Feser, and Paul of the Right Walter E. Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
A Critique of the Austrian approach to Holistic Concepts Gustavo Marqués Vol. 22 Num. 1
Immigrants: Intruders or Guests? A Reply to Hoppe and Kinsella Albert Esplugas Vol. 22 Num. 1
Solidarity Forever: The Power Invested in Worker Collectives Under United States Law Brian Shea Vol. 22 Num. 1
The Territorial Assumption: Rationale for Conquest Carl Watner Vol. 22 Num. 1
Reply to Block on Libertarianism is Unique Edward Feser Vol. 22 Num. 1
Freedom and Prosperity in Liechtenstein: A Hoppean Analysis Andrew Young Vol. 22 Num. 1
Is There a Distinct and Valid Libertarian Form of Historical Understanding? Gene Callahan Vol. 22 Num. 1
How the Peace Was Lost: Ignoring the Presidential Oath in 1964 and 2002–2003 Kenneth Michael White Vol. 22 Num. 1
Should the Government Regulate Insider Trading ? Alexandre Padilla Vol. 22 Num. 1
Two Irreconcilable Theories of Justice: Social Engineering vs. Ethics of Property Laurent Carnis Vol. 22 Num. 1
Gary Becker on Free Banking Ludwig van den Hauwe Vol. 22 Num. 1
John Maynard Keynes and Ludwig von Mises on Probability Ludwig van den Hauwe Vol. 22 Num. 1
Free Rider Problems in Insurance-Based Private Defense Robert Danneskjöld Vol. 22 Num. 1
Terri Schiavo Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Illiberal Libertarians: Why Libertarianism is Not a Liberal View, and a Good Thing Too; Reply to Samuel Freeman Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
How Not to Defend the Market: A Critique of Easton, Miron, Bovard, Friedman and Boudreaux Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Hoppe, Kinsella and Rothbard II on Immigration: A Critique Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
The Human Body Shield Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Rejoinder to Murphy and Callahan on Hoppe's Argumentation Ethics Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Rejoinder to Kinsella and Tinsley on Incitement, Causation, Aggression and Praxeology Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Toward a Libertarian Theory of Guilt and Punishment for the Crime of Statism Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Reveiw of The Myth of the Rational Voter: Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies by Bryan Caplan Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Reply to Hellmer on Sweatshops Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Anarchism and Minarchism; No Rapprochement Possible: Reply to Tibor Machan Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1
Rejoinder to Hoppe on Immigration Walter Block Vol. 22 Num. 1